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[FILE] README.txt 2011-02-28 17:27:51 2 KB 8eb589905adf882cc0380a226d110827

Updated: 2012-08-17 19:15:53 UTC

Getting started with SciPy for .NET

1.) IronPython

Download and install IronPython 2.7, this will require .NET v4.0.

2.) Modify PATH

Add the install location on the path, this is usually: C:\Program File\IronPython 2.7

But on 64-bit Windows systems it is: C:\Program File (x86)\IronPython 2.7

As a check, open a Windows command prompt and go to a directory (which is not the above) and type:

> ipy -V
PythonContext 2.7.0.40 on .NET 4.0.30319.225

3.) ironpkg

Bootstrap ironpkg, which is a package install manager for binary (egg based) Python packages. Download ironpkg-1.0.0.py and type:

> ipy ironpkg-1.0.0.py --install

Now the ironpkg command should be available:

> ironpkg -h
(some useful help text is displayed here)

4.) scipy

Installing scipy is now easy:

> ironpkg scipy
numpy-2.0.0-1.egg                                           [downloading]
  2.26 MB [.............................................................]
scipy-1.0.0-1.egg                                           [downloading]
  8.77 MB [.............................................................]
numpy-2.0.0-1.egg                                            [installing]
  6.97 MB [.............................................................]
scipy-1.0.0-1.egg                                            [installing]
 25.68 MB [.............................................................]

While downloading, the size of the (compressed) egg file is displayed, whereas, when installing, the installed size (the file-size of all installed files) is displayed. Now scipy is installed into the IronPython environment. You can try importing it by typing:

> ipy -X:Frames -c "import scipy"